Discussions are reportedly taking place behind the scenes about whether, or not, Andrew will have any role at all in the historical celebrations.

Despite still holding some associations with the Royal Family, such as still being the Knight of the Garter, the King feels it would be inappropriate to include his younger brother in an official position, according to The Mail on Sunday.

Some people have suggested that the official role could be held by one of the other senior royals, such as Princess Anne or Prince William.

However, sources close to the Palace said last night that Andrew could hold a symbolic role.

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In 2019, Andrew was forced to step down from royal duties over allegations of sexual abuse, accusations that the Duke of York has repeatedly denied.

The allegations were made in a US civil court case by Virginia Giuffre.

Despite holding onto his role as a Garter Knight, Andrew was banned from last year’s annual public procession following the allegations made against him.

Although he didn’t attend the actual event, Andrew was part of the private part of the day.

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The King’s Coronation is just 12 weeks away, and will be held in Westminster Abbey, the same location that his late mother’s was held in 1953.

Invitations are reportedly been sent out very soon, with responses expected soon after.

The actual date of the ceremony will take place on May 6, with celebratory events expected over the whole weekend.

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